It’s been a crazy 2016 here, easily the hardest year of my life with the loss of loved ones, including one person largely responsible for the path I’m on here at Change the World Films in the first place (Walk a Mile Project subscribers, see my August Video Update for details). I’m taking a few months away from The Walk a Mile Project, outside of some important work that needs to be done on our current side project, The FTD Documentary. For that project, we’re looking to reconnect with Northwestern Hospital for more interviews to get updates on the disease, treatments, research, etc., and then once that’s lined up, we’re back in the editing room, really hoping to release the documentary in late 2017.
As for the GMO controversy — no worries. I’ll be back on the case starting January 9th, 2017, as we look to make 2017 our biggest year by far in the “change the world” department! One thing we’ll be starting with is our Annual Charity Event, which will take place March 9, 2017, and will include the premiere of new clips from the GMO Controversy Documentary. We’ll post more information online in mid to late January, but in the meantime, if you’d like to receive an invitation, CLICK HERE to contact us so we can put your name on the list.
For now, I hope you’ll enjoy this inspirational article over at Upworthy —15 Things to Do When the World Feels Terrifying — and I’ll see you again in 2017!
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